Essential Questions:

- How can Math create art?
- How do I manipulate functions to do what I want?

Task: Create a picture using a combination of functions in desmos. Each picture should consist of the following type of functions.

- Linear Functions
- Quadratic Functions
- Exponential Functions
- Logarithmic Functions
- Circles and Ellipses

Guidelines (Mild, Medium, and Spicy)

- Mild-Uses at least 40 equations 75% or more linear equations
- Medium - Uses at least 70 equations with no more than 60% linear equations, and use shading
- Spicy - Uses at least 100 equations, uses less than 30% linear equations, and use shading

Exemplars

Project Components:

- Desmos Prototype
- Project Critiques
- Final Desmos Art Piece
- Project Reflection

Project Reflection: Write 1-2 paragraphs for one of the prompts below.

- In what ways did creating art in desmos enhance your understanding of how functions work?
- How does this project connect to computer programming?
- If you were to do this project again, what would you change and why?
- What piece of advice would you give students next year completing this project?
- Write your own question that you think reflects your learning for this project and answer it.

Learn the basic structure of matrices and how to add/subtract, multiply/divide, and scalar multiply them.

- Matrices Lesson P1
**Matrices Assignment P1**

- Log Properties Lesson
__Logs Part 2 Assignment__

Complete the logs assignment part 1

]]>Learn the technique for Factoring Quadratics

- Grab the Foiling and Factoring Notes from the front of the Room
- Watch this video and complete the foiling notes for your starter
- Complete the practice problems

- Complete Foiling and Factoring Notes as Ande teaches
- Complete the Factoring Assignment

10th graders: You will have the same content for both Math 10 and College Algebra this week. You will be given a POW to work on in Math 10. You will not do a full write up, only a process and solution.

- Finish Test 1
- Watch Mathologer Video

- Finish the practice test
- Start writing your note card